Biden Energy Policies: Incoherent, Incompetent, Intolerable

The wealthy will buy expensive electric cars that will be charged with pricey, intermittent, weather-dependent wind and solar power. Middle classes will see their jobs and living standards plunge further.

The Inflation Reduction Act doesn’t get around the Supreme Court’s climate ruling in West Virginia v. EPA, but it does strengthen EPA’s future abilities

So, as groundbreaking as it is, the Inflation Reduction Act does not change the impact of the Supreme Court’s determination in West Virginia v. EPA that the EPA lacks the…

Easily Solvable

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Council adopted a special statement on 8 July 2022 in response to the Supreme Court decision West Virginia vs. EPA that takes the level of…

Biden’s Transportation Department targets CO2 emissions of cars on highways to push EVs

the Biden Department of Transportation (DOT) proposed a rule targeting CO2 emissions from highway vehicles, for which DOT also has no legal authority.

West Virgina v. EPA: Enthroning or Dethroning a Regulatory Czar?

In making his argument, Lazarus adopted the now-familiar debate tactic of accusing the opposing side of doing exactly what he and his side are doing, namely creating regulatory czars and,…

The Administrative State Moves to Show Who’s Boss on Energy Policy

…several agencies promptly doubled down on efforts to strangle the oil and gas industries with regulatory restrictions, essentially daring the courts or anyone else to stop them

There Are Two Fundamentally Irreconcilable Constitutional Visions

Of the three decisions discussed, the one likely to have the most far-reaching impact is West Virginia

Supreme Court Issues Pro-Science & Democracy Ruling on CO2: Morano: ‘One Small Step for Climate Sanity, One Giant Leap for Democracy’

The decision is a very welcome reaffirmation of the Constitutional rights of citizens of the United State

SCOTUS Lands a Knockout Blow on the EPA: Climate Change Roundtable Live Now!

Fresh off the heels of the Roe vs. Wade decision, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) just neutered the runaway powers the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

MILLOY: SCOTUS Has Crippled Biden’s EPA, But There’s Only One Way to Stop Them for Good

Although today’s Court holding is technically limited to vaporizing the Clean Power Plan, it’s hard to see how any EPA regulation of greenhouse gases is legal since Congress never authorized…

All Eyes on SCOTUS: Supreme Court to Issue Climate Endangerment Finding Ruling – To Decide if EPA, or Congress, has authority to regulate CO2

What the court decides will have huge implications for the scope of federal administrative power and climate change policy.